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  1. I have noticed that the card also comes up a lot for queer activist querents with a strong vision of who they want to be and the change they want to bring in the world as a call to let go of some ideals. Sometimes you can’t achieve perfection right away. Sometimes getting a job in a mainstream feminist or so-called LGBT organisation leads to the loss of your illusions about those changes. Or as an artist you don’t manage to convey your political message to an audience as broad as you’d wish. When you know exactly how you wish to articulate your queer identity and your place in the world, you might need some time to adjust to some realities and accept that your path could be less smooth and direct than you hoped it would turn out to be. So my interpretation can also be: in time you’ll find how to be who you are and your place in the world, but be ready for some long journey and detours and make peace with your sense of urgency.

  2. Lu says:

    Hi, I don’t understand why the trans nature of this card isn’t discussed. It comes from a tradition of being hermaphroditic and is depicted as a trans woman. Why can’t we let this card be a trans woman?????

    • Xanax Buying says:

      Hello! I’m not actually sure what my logic was in not including more of the trans experience in this card, since it was written almost a year and a half ago. I do know I’ve only come out as genderfluid in the past eight months or so, and struggled with my own gender identity in ways that sometimes made it uncomfortable to write about. I regret that now, and as I pull things together for my book a lot of things are changing. (Plus the community is just so different now).

      That being said, looking over it now I do think there’s a lot of trans narrative in what I wrote. I apologize for not being more explicit in that, but like I said, I can’t say for sure where my brain was in September of 2016. It was never meant to exclude trans people. That much I do know, and I thank you for your input as I do move forward with this project.

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